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Extra renal pelvis: The pelvis of the kidney is middle where everything centers. As urine is made by filtering blood this area collects urine then leads out through ureters to bladder. You have a more extensive area that resides in part outside the parameters of the kidney. Sometimes the appearance of this may be the result of obstruction. In general the concern is a larger pelvis means urine is stagnant. ...Read more
Extra renal pelvis: It's a very common variation of renal development. It's repurcussions---- sometimes (not always) can cause obstruction in the extra renal part. Most of times though--- it stays silent! Meaning no effect! Sometimes can cause renin mediated hypertension ie a kind of high BP which has renal etiology. ...Read more
Explain Findings- right extrarenal pelvis of normal variant, free fluid & multiple vascular calcification's in pelvis, simple right renal cyst <1.0cm.
Normal stuff: Extra renal pelvis is a normal finding in many people where renal pelvis is outside the kidney tissue. NBD no big deal. Free fluid is common in women who menstruated and maybe a cyst ruptured for example. Stones in veins in pelvis happen to all ...Read more
I have left flank pain and frequent urination specially after meals. My CT shows 'extrarenal pelvis' on left kidney. Is that what can cause pain?
Need more info...: Current limited info may suggest the occurrence of congenital ureteropelvic junctional (UPJ) obstruction, which will need more clinical evaluation + properly done diuretic renal scan. To get all related things done correctly for good care, follow instructions described in articles listed in http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. ...Read more
Could you please explain what an extrarenal baggy pelvis normally indicates. It appears there is no convincining evidence of Hydronephrosis?
Does "no significant free fluid in pelvis" on u/s mean that there is none? Or does everyone have a little bit or this is totally normal?
Pelvic US: There should be no free fluid in the pelvis and it does mean there is none. And no, it is best to have a result showing no free fluid. ...Read more
Somethings wrong: Pelvic pain is a body's way of "sending a message" through the nerves that something is not quite right with the system. If it is persistent, please answer "the call" and see a gyn md. ...Read more
OB-GYN: Determining the causes of pelvic pain is the forte' of the ob=gyn md. ...Read more
Depends: I've seen people return to completely normal lives, others have chronic pain. People who don't give up and keep pushing to get stronger, usually do better. ...Read more
Question not clear: I don't fully understand your question. What do you mean by pelvis spasms? Please be more specific. ...Read more
Extra renal pelvis: Most likely normal variant.Get a more detailed answer ›
ER or UC clinic: Never ignore unexplained right lower abdominal or pelvic pain. Go to the ER ASAP or have someone transport you there. Go now! ...Read more
Please stop smoking for at least one week.
It would not surprise me if the pelvic pain continues.
Please keep me informed. ...Read more
Depends on where: Pelvic pain can be many things. The bones of the pelvis are fairly strong and stable, except after pregnancy or injury. However, the organs inside the pelvis (ovaries, bladder, uterus, etc) can also cause pelvic pain with bounced around...Such as with exercise. This is certainly worth seeing your doctor for a further evaluation. ...Read more
Should I sit in wheel chair or lie in bed if I broke pelvis 3 days ago? I can stand, sit with help.
Yes: If undisplaced crack, probably ok.Get a more detailed answer ›
If u have a closed pelvis can that stop u from having kids? What are sum good was to open up my pelvis
Acupuncture: Chinese medicine, craniosacral therapy, osteopathic therapy are all valuable modalities that may help open the pelvis a little. ...Read more
I just did a ultrasound and it show tht my baby renal pelvises are prominent but size is within normal range?
OK: That is OK. I would not worry if the measurement is within normal range, as yours is. You may repeat the ultrasound later in pregnancy, but for now it is nothing to worry about. Even when the renal pelvis is slightly dilated beyond normal, this usually resolves it self after birth. Severe cases, which are rare, may require management, but it sounds like you are fine. ...Read more
Every since I had my son my pelvis has been hurting how do I ease the pain he's 3 months now it hurts even worse if I try to lift heavy objects?
PELVIC PAIN: You need to be examined by your gyne to rule out prolapse of the uterus and other problems related to your pelvic pain. ...Read more
Having pelvis pain &had ctscan and below is the scan impression. Extrarenal type of renal pelvices is considered which is a variant of normal advice?
Normal variant: Extrarenal pelvices are an anatomic variant of no significance. ...Read more